1st course: “Strudel” filled with figs, pear, walnuts and dates. Served with mint yogourt.
2nd course: Thai coconut soup (sorry, no photo)
3rd course: Various dishes with an oriental touch
Chicken stew with plums, raisins and oranges
Pumpkin with onions and almonds
Crunchy almond rice
Dessert: Banana slices with chili-honey topped with kaymak, havla flakes and camel chocolate
For the blog launch dinner we had an amazing feast with 10 friends:
Here is the menue:
(Klick on the different meals written in red to get the recipe – I have not written all yet…;-))
Fried giant shrimp with wasabi-foam and green salad
Slow cooked deer leg with spinach-orange-risotto and sugar-snap peas
(I forgot to take an image…:-/)
A historic moment: today I launched the 10-billionst cooking blog. Nobody needs it and that’s the beauty. Luxury is usually something nobody needs, so maybe this is simply a luxury…;-)
After the soft-launch of Spoonfights on Facebook and Instagram the proper blog was born today. I got a lot of positive feedback and this motivated me to do this. From now on Spoonfights dinners will be documented here including detailed recipes. The aim of spoonfights remains the same: Inspire people to dedicate time and love to good food and share beautiful moments with friends. Spoonfights does not aim to reach a broad audience – it’s mainly for my friends. If I accomplish to inspire a single person to cook with more dedication, I am happy.
Today the 2nd Spoonfights dinner takes place to celebrate this occasion:
Stay tuned and follow me on spoonfights.com, Facebook or Instagram.